When Lindsay Porter, responsible mother and head of the local neighborhood watch program, falls for Stephen, the handsome new bachelor on the block, she begins to fear she and her daughter's lives may be in grave danger.
There Goes the Neighborhood, released as Paydirt in most foreign countries, is a 1992 comedy film. The film tells a story of a dying prisoner who whispers the location of his loot to the facility's psychologist Willis Embry (Jeff Daniels) who heads to the New Jersey suburbs to find it.
A brash group of hoodlums have been doing minor crime jobs in their neighborhood since they were kids until they step on the wrong toes and get caught up in a war with an old-school mafia king pin and their lives soon become hell on earth.
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The Neighborhood Community (Tonari-gumi) was the smallest unit of population which was the national mobilization program established by the Japanese government during the World War II. This was to regulate rationing and thought control more efficiently. Each unit was consisted from 5-10 households, and organized to help one another, also to keep eye on any suspicious behavior. The same title song was made to promote this program, became a big hit in Japan with its cheerful melody.
Martin Scorsese takes his youngest daughter to visit the New York City neighborhood he grew up in, showing how he incorporated the place, its people and its history in his films.
A neighborhood in Brooklyn reacts to the first black families moving into the community.
An award-winning cynical journalist, Lloyd Vogel, begrudgingly accepts an assignment to write an Esquire profile piece on the beloved television icon Fred Rogers. After his encounter with Rogers, Vogel's perspective on life is transformed.
Undercover Police Detective Danny Myers must infiltrate a new street gang that has formed in the city of Smithville. This small but powerful crew of thugs have taken control of all criminal activity in the city. Detective Myers must gather as much evidence as possible to take down this criminal organization. Myers works his way into the gang through an informant and soon discovers that the Boss of the operation is an old childhood friend of his, Joey Kenefick. Joey has not seen Myers since they were kids and has no idea that Myers is a cop. Joey welcomes Myers into his crew of ruthless criminals with open arms
The visual experience of gentrification fit into a 3-minute time-lapse.
In the near apocalyptic future, The Silverstone Corporation is trying to take over Dockland, the valuable waterfront property under the firm rule of Bishop, but the takeover won't be easy...who will win this battle?
Included with the CD is a bonus DVD featuring a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the album. Track List: 01. Won't You Be My Neighbor? - Jon Secada 02. It's You I Like - Amy Grant 03. It's Such a Good Feeling - B.J. Thomas 04. Then Your Heart is Full of Love - CeCe Winans 05. What Do You Do? - John Pizzarelli 06. This is Just the Day - Maureen McGovern 07. Sometimes - Bobby Caldwell 08. Did You Know? - Crystal Gayle 09. Just For Once - Toni Rose 10. Let's Think of Something to Do - Ricky Skaggs 11. Are You Brave? - Donna Summer 12. Won't You Be My Neighbor? - Roberta Flack 13. Thank You For Being You - Ensemble
In the spirit of "American Movie" and "Be Kind Rewind," Double Digits introduces us to inspiring, fifty-year-old YouTuber Richard Miller as he directs himself and his cast of dolls and action figures in the weirdest zero-budget feature films you've never seen. His threshold for success? More than nine views.
Frustrated with her inability to draw Grandpére's Tower, Lady Elaine erupts in anger and upsets the residents of the Land of Make-Believe. In this two-part program designed especially for little ones, friendly neighbor Mr. Rogers illustrates a few alternatives to acting hopping mad, including singing, exercising and playing the piano. He also visits dancers on the set of the smash production "Stomp" to see how they make use of their emotions.
Now known internationally as the world's first "gay hometown," San Francisco's Castro District was a quiet, working-class neighborhood of European immigrants only a few decades ago. In this documentary, the story of the Castro's transformation is told by those who lived it, young and old, straight and gay. It's a tale of social upheaval, exuberant street culture, political assassination, and the inspiring coming-of-age of an entire community an ongoing saga even today.
Four everyday suburban guys come together as an excuse to escape their humdrum lives one night a week. But when they accidentally discover that their town has become overrun with aliens posing as ordinary suburbanites, they have no choice but to save their neighborhood - and the world - from total extermination.
Single mom Sarah moves into the suburbs and starts dating a firefighter, only to find herself the target of an obsessive neighborhood watchman who aims to prove he's the best man to protect her, even if he has to create the danger himself.
The poor Athenian neighborhood of Asyrmatos is the center of the world for the people who live there and who are trying to escape from poverty and deprivation. Rikos, a young man recently released from prison, is trying to make some money, while his girlfriend is seeing other men, and her brother is trying to contribute to the household’s finances. This neo-realist film features an excellent cast and made an impact when it was shown because of Alekos Alexandrakis’ sensitive directing and the film’s powerful social messages.
The events in Mahallada duv-duv gap occur in a mahalla — a traditional Uzbek neighborhood — in an old part of Tashkent at a time when big-scale construction works are taking place. The movie humorously depicts the relationships between traditional parents and their modern children.
The nicest guy in the Midwest moves his family into a tough neighborhood in Los Angeles where not everyone appreciates his extreme neighborliness. That includes their new next-door neighbor Calvin.
Welcome to the Neighborhood is an American reality television series produced in 2005 by ABC that was notable for the amount of controversy it garnered before it was aired. It subsequently became one of the few American TV series to be cancelled before airing a single episode. The show was a contest to win a lush dream home in an exclusive cul-de-sac in Circle C Ranch in Austin, Texas. The catch is that the local families decide who will win, and while they are all conservative, white, upper-class Christians, all the contestants are not.
There Goes the Neighborhood is an American prime-time reality television program on CBS. The show premiered on August 9, 2009, and features eight suburban families shut out from the outside world with no television, internet, phones, or contact with anybody outside of their neighborhood. The families will compete in challenges against each other. Each week, one family will be banished from the neighborhood, thereby eliminating the family from contention for the show's $250,000 prize fund. The show's executive producers are Jay Bienstock and Mike Fleiss. The show's presenter is Matt Rogers, a finalist on American Idol 3.